Revitalizing the Main Street, Revitalizing the Community – A Couple Drives Investment in Their Rural Oklahoma Hometown – How About Your Home Town? MEDA Can Help.
“Everyone needs to consider what they want their legacy to be and a lot of people don’t think about that at all – that you want your life to count for something,”
A service of the Montana Economic Developers Association in partnership with Montana Department of Commerce, Montana State University Extension, the University of Idaho and the University of Wyoming.
The application cycle for the Montana Main Street Planning and Project Grant is now open for
Montana Main Street member communities. The deadline to apply is December 9, 2021.
Grants are available for Montana Main Street member communities for comprehensive
revitalization projects; this includes planning activities like a downtown master plan and project
activities like seed money to implement a façade improvement program.
The Montana Main Street Planning and Project Grant application and further information on the
program can be found at: https://comdev.mt.gov/Programs–and–Boards/Montana–Main–Street–
If Montana Main Street member communities have questions about potential projects, please
contact the Community Development Division at 406.841.2770 or [email protected]
Philipsburg, Montana named among best places to live by Men’s Journal – “Liveliest Ghost Town in the West!”
“Tucked in the Rocky Mountains between Missoula and Butte, with a ski area down the road, superb trout fishing right in town, and a complete absence of chain stores, Philipsburg is an off-the-grid paradise.
Thanks to a big donation from Winifred native Norm Asbjornson, Winifred schools is expanding its opportunities for students and adding a lot more classes in the future. They have plans to add a greenhouse, a welding shop, more trades classes, and many other options as well.
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